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Latitude: 51.1329 / 51°7'58"N
Longitude: -3.349 / 3°20'56"W
OS Eastings: 305708
OS Northings: 137935
OS Grid: ST057379
Mapcode National: GBR LP.8Z9S
Mapcode Global: VH6GV.WSWD
Entry Name: Nettlecombe Cottage, About 125 Metres North of Leonard Wills Field Centre
Listing Date: 21 December 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1173889
English Heritage Legacy ID: 264793
Location: Nettlecombe, West Somerset, Somerset, TA4
District: West Somerset
Civil Parish: Nettlecombe
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST03NE NETTLECOMBE CP
5/35 Nettlecombe Cottage, about 125
metres North of Leonard Wills
Cottage and attached outbuildings. Circa 1820 enlargement of earlier building. Probably by Richard Carver. Red
sandstone random rubble, roughcast East front - main elevation. Slate roof, hipped West end, tall brick stacks South
East corner and in North front. East front, two and a half storeys with one and a half storey wings, gabled parapets
with ball finials, central block lancet in gable end, first floor 3-light mullioned casement with hood mould, ground
floor canted 4-light bay window, bolt with leaded panes wings symmetrical lancet in gable ends, moulded pointed arch
openings under square hood moulds, right wing approached by short flight of steps, probably with doors on inner returns
main entrance on left return (South front) pointed arch entrance set in earlier segmental headed opening, plank door.
South front with 7 bay frontage including 3 blocked windows right of arched carriageway entrance and unlit first floor
2 bays, left. North front, two 2 storey gabled wings with outshuts between. Interior not viewed. This was probably the
stables to Nettlecombe Court, now the Leonard Wills Field Centre (qv), before the new block was built by Sir John
Trevelyan in 1792 and may date from the enlargements of the C17.
Listing NGR: ST0570837935
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